U.S. Army combat activities during the first 2 weeks of June, 1945.
- Activities in European Theater of Operations: (22,000 lb. RAF "Volcano" bombs)
- Oslo: (474th Infantry Regiment C-37s arrive in Oslo to evacuate German troops. 96th battalion are Norwegian-Americans.)
- Gen. Eisenhower In Paris: (June 14, 1945 in Paris. Receives medal from DeGaulle.)
- North America: LVT's For Beachhead Operations. (LVT repair.)
- North America: Wire-Laying By Planes. (Via C-47 airplane 1 mile of wire every 30 seconds.)
- China: Activities of 6th Army Group. (Chinese troops are taken to the Burma front by the U.S.)
- Pacific: Service Schools In The Pacific. (11th Airborne Division paratroop jump school in Luzon. An Assault Signal Company practice amphibious landings.)
- Pacific: Transportation Difficulties On Okinawa. (Heavy rains hamper transportation on Okinawa.)
- USA: F7F Firecat. (New fighter-bomber.)
National Archives Description: "The original agency catalog description reads: Synopsis: Activities in European Theater of Operations - Tracked Landing Vehicles for beachhead operations - Wire-laying by airplane -- Activities of Sixth Army Group -- Service schools in Pacific, etc."
National Archives Identifier: 4522917
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